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Drones – Our Hell Is Right Here.

Throwing down the gauntlet is Drones, a band on the edge of oblivion, searching for solace in a world that is crumbling. Their ethos is rooted, and their hearts have been in it from the start too, connecting deeply with what they are trying to accomplish. What they are trying to achieve is a ...

Tuned Up’s Nashville Bands to Watch – 2021

We at Tuned Up were super impressed at how often you referred to our 2020 rendition of this list last year. While we couldn't have predicted how the rest of 2020 will go, we still had a blast compiling it. And the same can be said for this year. This year, we've expanded the list and brought on board ...

Juana Everett – Move On

Move on. It's a phrase that carries the baggage of a command to move past situations and circumstances that are often negative. After all, if everything was great, there is no reason to leave. But that does not guarantee what someone moves to will be entirely better. It's always a bit of a gamble ...

An interview with Tobias and review of the Music Video for his new single “Amaze Me”

by Gabrielle Solange “Amaze Me.”  A simple message proclaimed in an open field under a perfect blue sky. These lyrics are sweetly sung like a lullaby. The only musical accompaniment, a guitar and the sounds of nature. The visuals embody the famous words of an ancient king recorded in the 23rd ...

Muse: Black Holes And Revelations – Experimental And Monumental.

Eclectic rock band Muse leapt onto the musical pedestal way back in 1994, and from then on have become one of the most revered band’s playing today. Their music is eventful and diverse in its complexity, a brand of rock music many bands cannot enforce. This may be because lead singer Matt Bellamy has ...

Jetty Bones wins emo Twitter with grumpy inauguration Bernie Sanders edits

Kelc Galluzzo is the brains behind Rise Records emo act Jetty Bones. She's a barista in Ohio. She's played our own Steadfast Festival (Year 2, baby!). She even wrote a review for us one time of Bombay Bicycle Club's album So Long, See You Tomorrow (read it here). Now, in the wake of today's ...

Retrospective: The Felix Culpa’s ‘Sever Your Roots’ Is A Definitive Album

A seamless stream of fourteen tracks easily topping an hour long by a defunct band that has been largely-forgotten at this point is, simply, sad. Sever Your Roots is not just a great album—there are many of these, and plenty that are at least as memorable. But this collection is most certainly a ...